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Don't say goodbye yet: Uber 'looks forward' to serving Taiwan again
U.S.-based ride-hailing company Uber, which suspended its services in Taiwan starting on Friday, said it hoped to resume dialogue with Taiwan's government and looked forward to serving people in this country again.
 
Wi-Fi coming to HSR trains by August
Passengers aboard high-speed rail (HSR) trains will be able to use Wi-Fi before the 2017 Summer Universiade opens in mid-August in Taipei, state-run Chunghwa Telecom said Friday.
 
Chinese exports surged more than forecast in January, data showed Friday, in a fresh sign of improvement in the world's number two economy as leaders prepare for possible trade stand-offs with U.S. President Donald Trump.
 
Japan broad trade surplus at 9-year high on export rebound, cheaper gasoline
Japan says its current account surplus hit a 9-year high in 2016, helped by lower costs for imported oil and improved exports.
 
Start-up fever grips young tech-savvy Indians
In the basement of a Bangalore building, hundreds of young Indians sit in neat rows of desks typing furiously, all dreaming of becoming the new Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg.
 
Australia central bank keeps rates on hold at record low 1.50 percent
Australia's central bank held interest rates at a record low of 1.50 percent Tuesday but soft inflation and growth figures kept the door open for future cuts.
 
Aus. curbs illegal home buying by foreigners
Australia has forced the sale of more than AU$100 million (US$76 million) worth of residential property bought illegally by foreigners since it introduced a robust investment regime, the government said Monday.
 
Where are property prices rising along the new airport MRT?
With the commercial opening of the Taoyuan International Airport MRT looming, property prices have risen modestly along some areas the line traverses, according to realtor data released Monday.
 
Beijing accused Washington of "protectionism" and violating global trade rules on Saturday, Chinese media reported, after the United States imposed hefty tariffs on certain Chinese steel imports.
 
Wistron to produce iPhones in India: report
Taiwan-based contract electronics maker Wistron Corp. (緯創) will set up a plant in India to roll out iPhones for Apple Inc., the Times of India said in a recent report.
 
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